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One Day DIY Avenger Maintenance Workshop organised by AMC, Pune
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One Day DIY Avenger Maintenance Workshop organised by AMC, Pune

Avenger Motorcycle Club (AMC) Pune in association with technwheelz organised a one day DIY Avenger maintenance workshop on June 11, 2017 at Kondwa, Pune. Chinmay Dangre, Technical Head of technwheelz,  was the trainer for DIY workshop in which 15 bikers  participated with full enthusiasm. The workshop had both theory and hands-on practice session which helped the participants to develop and understanding the basics of motorcycle maintenance that goes beyond reading a book or service manuals. Moreover FAQ session was also organised after the workshop in which participants interacted about motorcycle technologies. About Avenger Motorcycle Club The Avenger Motorcycle Club (AMC) is a diverse group of like minded people who are passionate about riding and having fun. Ave...
Bajaj Avenger FLG Rides’ Cruising Season 2017-18 calendar announced
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Bajaj Avenger FLG Rides’ Cruising Season 2017-18 calendar announced

Bajaj Auto has launched ‘Avenger FLG Rides’ Cruising Season 2017-18 – a pan-India riding community initiative for its popular Avenger brand. The ride is exclusive to Avenger owners and will be covering more than 20,000 kms. FLG rides were initiated in 2016 and received tremendous response. Taking the experience forward and making it even bigger, Avenger FLG Rides Cruising Season 2017-2018 will now be a round-the-year initiative. This season, there will be 40 rides across the country to 17 divine destinations, covering more than 20,000 km. The first FLG ride of the season will be organized on 24th June 2017 to Spiti Valley, followed by rides as per Riding Calendar  Riding Calendar (below) to scenic locations like Leh, Jaisalmer, Goa, Yercaud and Yumthang Valley, among others. Some...
Bajaj Avenger Street 220 gets rear disc and hydraulic clutch. Credits: Westland Customs
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Bajaj Avenger Street 220 gets rear disc and hydraulic clutch. Credits: Westland Customs

Pune based Westland Customs has kitted up the Bajaj Avenger Street 220 with rear disc brake and hydraulic operated clutch unit. Chinmay Dangre, founder of Westland Customs, told to technwheelz that he was not really happy with the braking performance of the Avenger 220 Street and went on to design a kit for the motorcycle. Currently the motorcycle is undergoing performance test and we will have to wait until the results are out to see if the kit is effective or not. The motorcycle also gets other goodies like tachometer, exhaust heat wraps and custom made leather had grips. The Avenger Street 220 features:             Image gallery  
Sub 300cc motorcycles preferred by Women Bikers in India
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Sub 300cc motorcycles preferred by Women Bikers in India

"Which is the best motorcycle for women?" Now, this is one of the most common question we get asked by female bikers. In fact there aren’t any motorcycles made specifically for women, but yes, there are motorcycles that are more popular among the majority of women riders. Using our surveys we pick the top 5, sub 300cc motorcycles that are most preferred among female motorcyclists today in India. (more…)
World Women Riders: Anjaly Rajan, founder of ‘The Riderni’
Women Riders

World Women Riders: Anjaly Rajan, founder of ‘The Riderni’

Women on motorcycles are powerful. And they are learning that if you can master your motorcycle, you can master anything. There was a time when riding motorcycles was a male dominated activity. Now the times have changed. There seem to be many reasons that women have taken to riding motorcycles. Some say it is a powerful way to tap into their freedom, strength, adventure, confidence, or community and take it to a whole new level. (more…)
Biker Esha Gupta to attempt 38,000kms,17 states in 110 days
Women Riders

Biker Esha Gupta to attempt 38,000kms,17 states in 110 days

Bengaluru based biker Esha Gupta plans to cover 38,000 km on her Bajaj Avenger 220 DTS-i to send out a message globally that 'India is NOT an unsafe country' for women or women travellers. She began her nationwide ride on 26th January, 2016 and will be covering 17 states over 110 days. (more…)